Chippewa Falls
by Mark Harris. Online since 1999. In print ©2003, ©2011.

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   About this Waterfall
Rating: 4/5  Size: Medium Access: Moderate Type: Cascade

Waterfall Region: Algoma    County: Algoma    Near: Chippewa Falls

Watercourse: Chippewa River   Latitude, Longitude: 46.9298, -84.4261

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Chippewa Falls is a very interesting place for the familly to get out for a stretch, and could easily fill an hour or two. Located right along the Trans-Canada Highway, the waterfall is easily accessible and is a fairly popular rest spot for travellers. The falls is a wide cascade, probably up to 100 m wide during high flows. The river falls a total of about 20 m over several sets of waterfalls. When river flows are low, the river is confined to the lower notches and grooves in the bedrock. While less spectacular, this is the best time to get out and explore.   (updated June 20, 2014).

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